Quiño admires CMU: ‘Continue to lead in molding future leaders and servants of development’

Hon. Clive Dadloe Quiño, one of the commencement speakers, expressed his admiration for the University for producing high-caliber graduates with a passion for serving the community during his speech on the University’s 68th Commencement Exercises last June 22, 2022, at the University Convention Center.

He acknowledged how CMU has contributed to the transformation of Mindanao as well as the entire nation. Quiño also recognized CMU as a melting pot of great leaders and servants of development in the previous years and the years to come.

The new vice governor-elect also encouraged the graduates to dream and unleash their innate potential to the world. “Do not wait for opportunities to come. Create them…contribute to the world,” he asserted.

“Be an engineer for the homeless, be a teacher for the mountains, be an agriculturist for the poor farmers, be a forester for the marginalized IPs who cannot defend their rights, be a veterinarian for those who kept on failing in their backyard livestock,” he added.

Quiño emphasized that prosperity and economic well-being can be attained best when they transform lives through their gifts and talents. “The more we care for those who need us, the more we enjoy the bounty of life,” he said. Quiño further reminded the graduates that the world today needs more leaders with big hearts that never lie.

“Being the new vice governor of Bukidnon, I hope and pray that CMU graduates of 2022 would help me make Bukidnon the best place to live… our government needs you. Make it a part of your dream,” he said.

Quiño graced the ceremony of the 493 graduates from the Colleges of Education, Forestry and Environmental Science, Information Sciences and Computing, and Veterinary Medicine.  [RGPadoginog]

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